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Frequently Asked Questions

Is LCC on iTunes U part of the iTunes Music Store?

No. While LCC on iTunes U appears in the Store section of iTunes, the content offered in LCC  on iTunes U is not a part of the iTunes Music Store.

Do I need an account to access LCC on iTunes U?

No. All of the LCC content on iTunes U is free and publicly available to anyone using a device that meets the requirements.

What if I have Windows? Can I still install iTunes?

Yes. iTunes for Macintosh and Windows XP/Vista/7 is available for free download from Apple's Website.

Can I use an iPod Nano, iPod Mini or iPod Shuffle?

Yes. Audio podcasts can be listened to on all iPod products. Video podcasts can be viewed and listened to on iPods with video functionality. All podcasts can be viewed and listened to on Mac and Windows computers.

Can I use other .mp3 players with iTunes?

There is moderate support in iTunes for some third-party .mp3 players, but they will not be able to play .mp4 AAC files (including content purchased from the iTunes Store.) Apple offers a full line of iPod products and accessories which will give you the best digital experience. Otherwise, you may enjoy our content on a computer or a CD, or you may convert the AAC files.

To re-encode the AAC (.mp4) files into the .mp3 format, download the content first into your iTunes application. Second, in the iTunes preferences, click on the "Advanced" icon and navigate to the "Importing" tab. Next, select "MP3 Encoder" in the "import using" menu. Finally, highlight the file(s) that you wish to convert, go to the Advanced menu, and click on "Convert Selection to .mp3."

Additional Support

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Contact Us

Contact LCC's Communications and Marketing department with any questions regarding the audio and video content on the LCC iTunes U site.